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Submissions from 2017

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UrbanAccess: Generalized Methodology for Measuring Regional Accessibility with an Integrated Pedestrian and Transit Network, Samuel D. Blanchard and Paul Waddell

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First/last mile transit access as an equity planning issue, Marlon G. Boarnet, Genevieve Giuliano, Yuting Huo, and Eun Jin Shin

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Understanding the effects of transit benefits on employees’ travel behavior: Evidence from the New York-New Jersey region, Paola Carolina Bueno, Juan Gomez, Jonathan R. Peters, and Jose Manuel Vassallo

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The effect of BRT implementation and streetscape redesign on physical activity: A case study of Mexico City, Annie Chang, Luis Miranda-Moreno, Jason Cao, and Ben Welle

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Public transit, active travel, and the journey to school: a cross-nested logit analysis, Alireza Ermagun and David Levinson

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Home-end and activity-end preferences for access to and egress from train stations in the Copenhagen region, Katrín Halldórsdóttir, Otto Anker Nielsen, and Carlo Giacomo Prato

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Public bicycle as a feeder mode to rail transit in China: The role of gender, age, income, trip purpose, and bicycle theft experience, Yanjie Ji, Yingling Fan, Alireza Ermagun, Xuening Cao, Wei Wang, and Kirti Das

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Travel mode estimation for multi-modal journey planner, Heikki Mäenpää, Andrei Lobov, and Jose L. Martinez Lastra

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Social marketing and the built environment: What matters for travel behaviour change?, Liang Ma, Corinne Mulley, and Wen Liu

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Improving Livability Using Green and Active Modes: A Traffic Stress Level Analysis of Transit, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Access and Mobility, Maaza C. Mekuria, Bruce Appleyard, and Hilary Nixon

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Effect of integration of bicyclists and pedestrians with transit in New Delhi, Sudatta Mohanty, Sugam Bansal, and Khushi Bairwa

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Reducing the impact of speed dispersion on subway corridor flow, Jing Qiao, Lishan Sun, Xiaoming Liu, and Jian Rong

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Exploring the social and spatial potential of an intermodal approach to transport planning, Lake Sagaris, Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken, and Stefan Steiniger

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Choice of transport mode in emerging adulthood: Differences between secondary school students, studying young adults and working young adults and relations with gender, SES and living environment, Dorien Simons, Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij, Peter Clarys, Bas de Geus, Corneel Vandelanotte, Jelle Van Cauwenberg, and Benedicte Deforche

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Trip and parking generation at transit-oriented developments: a case study of Redmond TOD, Seattle region, Guang Tian, Reid Ewing, Rachel Weinberger, Kevin Shively, Preston Stinger, and Shima Hamidi

Submissions from 2016

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Complete Streets Policies and Public Transit, Andrew Babb and Kari Edison Watkins

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Investigating transit and pedestrian accessibility for age-restricted communities using spatial analysis, Michelle Oswald Beiler, Ben Seketa, and William Swiatek

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An examination of recent trends in multimodal travel behavior among American motorists, Ralph Buehler and Andrea Hamre

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Walking to public transit: Exploring variations by socioeconomic status, Jason Chai, Jinwoo (Brian) Lee, and M. Kamruzzaman

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Changes to commute mode: The role of life events, spatial context and environmental attitude, Ben Clark, Kiron Chatterjee, and Steve Melia

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Estimation of travel time variability for cars, buses, metro and door-to-door public transport trips in Santiago, Chile, Elsa Durán-Hormazábal and Alejandro Tirachini

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Impact of information intervention on travel mode choice of urban residents with different goal frames: A controlled trial in Xuzhou, China, Jichao Geng, Ruyin Long, and Hong Chen

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Assessing the usage and level-of-service of pedestrian facilities in train stations: A Swiss case study, Flurin S. Hänseler, Michel Bierlaire, and Riccardo Scarinci

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New light rail transit and active travel: A longitudinal study, Andy Hong, Marlon G. Boarnet, and Douglas Houston

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Bus commuting, subway commuting, and walking to workplaces in US cities: Socioeconomic factors of transit commuters, Bun Song Lee, Mark E. Wohar, and Daiho Uhm

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It’s a Matter of Time Assessment of Additional Time Budgeted for Commuting to McGill University Across Modes, Charis Loong and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Influence of Socio-Demography and Operating Streetscape on Last-Mile Mode Choice, M. Meng, P. P. Koh, and Y. D. Wong

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Safety impacts of platform tram stops on pedestrians in mixed traffic operation: A comparison group before–after crash study, Farhana Naznin, Graham Currie, David Logan, and Majid Sarvi

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Accessing the Subway in Toronto, Canada: Access Mode and Catchment Areas, Yang (Luna) Xi, Shoshanna Saxe, and Eric Miller

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Shifting from Metro to Sustainable Surface Modes for Short-Distance Travel, John Zacharias and Xuwen Li

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Proactive sustainable university transportation: Marginal effects, intrinsic values, and university students' mode choice, Jiangping Zhou

Submissions from 2015

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The multimodal majority? Driving, walking, cycling, and public transportation use among American adults, Ralph Buehler and Andrea Hamre

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Quantifying transit travel experiences from the users’ perspective with high-resolution smartphone and vehicle location data: Methodologies, validation, and example analyses, Andre Carrel, Peter S.C. Lau, Rabi G. Mishalani, Raja Sengupta, and Joan L. Walker

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Reducing car-use for leisure: Can organised walking groups switch from car travel to bus and train walks?, N. J. Davies and R. Weston

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How satisfying is the Scale for Travel Satisfaction?, Jonas De Vos, Tim Schwanen, Veronique Van Acker, and Frank Witlox

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Understanding Platform Overcrowding at Bus Rapid Transit Stations, Nicolae Duduta and Asis Subedi

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Guidebook on Pedestrian Crossings of Public Transit Rail Services, Kay Fitzpatrick, Jeffery Warner, Marcus A. Brewer, Billie Louise Bentzen, Janet M. Barlow, and Benjamin Sperry

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Sustainable transportation infrastructure investments and mode share changes: A 20-year background of Boulder, Colorado, Alejandro Henao, Daniel Piatkowski, Kara S. Luckey, Krista Nordback, Wesley E. Marshall, and Kevin J. Krizek

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Commuting mode choice in transit oriented development: Disentangling the effects of competitive neighbourhoods, travel attitudes, and self-selection, Md. Kamruzzaman, Farjana Mostafiz Shatu, Julian Hine, and Gavin Turrell

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The evaluation of the spatial integration of station areas via the node place model; an application to subway station areas in Tehran, Saeed Monajem and Farzan Ekram Nosratian

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Light Rail Transit Urban Insertion and Safety European Experience, Margarita Novales, Manuel Teixeira, and Laetitia Fontaine

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Pedestrian traffic management of boarding and alighting in metro stations, Sebastian Seriani and Rodrigo Fernandez

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Planning guidelines for metro–bus interchanges by means of a pedestrian microsimulation model, Sebastián Seriani and Rodrigo Fernández

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Walking Access to Transit Stations: Evaluating Barriers with Stated Preference, Nebiyou Tilahun and Moyin Li

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Are Park-and-Rides Saving the Environment or Just Saving Parking Costs? Case Study of Denver, Colorado, Light Rail System, Lisa C. Truong and Wesley E. Marshall

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Transit-oriented development, integration of land use and transport, and pedestrian accessibility: Combining node-place model with pedestrian shed ratio to evaluate and classify station areas in Lisbon, David S. Vale

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Planning for Pedestrian Flows in Rail Rapid Transit Stations: Lessons from the State of Current Knowledge and Practice, Carole Turley Voulgaris, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, and Brian D. Taylor

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Evaluation of the Safe Routes to Transit Program in California, David Weinzimmer, Rebecca L. Sanders, Heidi Dittrich, and Jill F. Cooper

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Metro commuters’ satisfaction in multi-type access and egress transferring groups, Min Yang, Jingyao Zhao, Wei Wang, Zhiyuan Liu, and Zhibin Li

Submissions from 2014

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New evidence on walking distances to transit stops: identifying redundancies and gaps using variable service areas, Ahmed El-Geneidy, Michael Grimsrud, Rania Wasfi, Paul Tétreault, and Julien Surprenant-Legault

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Missing Links How Social Paths Can Improve Pedestrian Accessibility to Light Rail, Patrick Gallagher, Wesley E. Marshall, and Carol Atkinson-Palombo

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Commuter Mode Choice and Free Car Parking, Public Transportation Benefits, Showers/Lockers, and Bike Parking at Work: Evidence from the Washington, DC Region, Andrea Hamre and Ralph Buehler

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Spatial analysis of access to and accessibility surrounding train stations: a case study of accessibility for the elderly in Perth, Western Australia, Ting (Grace) Lin, Jianhong (Cecilia) Xia, Todd P. Robinson, Konstadinos G. Goulias, Richard L. Church, Doina Olaru, John Tapin, and Renlong Han

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Transport priorities, risk perception and worry associated with mode use and preferences among Norwegian commuters, Trond Nordfjærn, Özlem Şimşekoğlu, Hans Brende Lind, Stig Halvard Jørgensen, and Torbjørn Rundmo

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Exploring the impact of a dedicated streetcar right-of-way on pedestrian motor vehicle collisions: A quasi experimental design, Sarah A. Richmond, Linda Rothman, Ron Buliung, Naomi Schwartz, Kristian Larsen, and Andrew Howard

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Do All Roadway Users Want the Same Things? Results from Roadway Design Survey of San Francisco Bay Area Pedestrians, Drivers, Bicyclists, and Transit Users, Rebecca L. Sanders and Jill F. Cooper

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Using the built environment to oversample walk, transit, and bicycle travel, Orion Theodore Stewart and Anne Vernez Moudon

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The happy commuter: A comparison of commuter satisfaction across modes, Evelyne St-Louis, Kevin Manaugh, Dea van Lierop, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Multimodal pricing and optimal design of urban public transport: The interplay between traffic congestion and bus crowding, Alejandro Tirachini, David H. Hensher, and John M. Rose

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Do Residents of Smart Growth Neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California, Travel "Smarter"?, Pengyu Zhu, Hongwei Dong, and Cifang Wu

Submissions from 2013

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Waiting zones for realistic modelling of pedestrian dynamics: A case study using two major German railway stations as examples, Maria Davidich, Florian Geiss, Hermann Georg Mayer, Alexander Pfaffinger, and Christian Royer

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Optimizing itineraries in public transportation with walks between rides, Bram de Jonge and Ruud H. Teunter

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Riding More Frequently, Estimating Disaggregate Ridership Elasticity for a Large Urban Bus Transit Network, Charlotte Frei and Hani S. Mahmassani

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Station Access on Four Continents, Chris A. Hale

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A Research of Pedestrian Evacuation Simulation for BRT Station based on Fine Grid Method, Ji-hua Hu, Cheng-zhi Zhan, Zhi-feng Cheng, and Bo Cheng

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Rescuing the captive [mode] user: an alternative approach to transport market segmentation, Cynthia Jacques, Kevin Manaugh, and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy

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Influence of approaching tram on behaviour of pedestrians in signalised crosswalks in Poland, Maciej Kruszyna and Jeremi Rychlewski

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Generating Route-Level Mutually Exclusive Service Areas, Sang Gu Lee, Daoqin Tong, and Mark Hickman

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Mode use and trip length of seniors in Montreal, Md Moniruzzaman, Antonio Páez, Khandker M. Nurul Habib, and Catherine Morency

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Valuing active travel: Including the health benefits of sustainable transport in transportation appraisal frameworks, Corinne Mulley, Rob Tyson, Peter McCue, Chris Rissel, and Cameron Munro

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Behavioral Characteristics of Pedestrian Flow on Stairway at Railway Station, Jiten Shah, G. J. Joshi, and Purnima Parida

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Improving the cost-benefit analysis of integrated PT, walking and cycling, M. Wedderburn and Colin Buchanan

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The Study of Pedestrian Accessibility to Rail Transit Stations based on KLP Model, Rongrong Yang, Hai Yan, Wen Xiong, and Tao Liu

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Relationship of Walk Access Distance to Rapid Rail Transit Stations with Personal characteristics and station context, Jinbao Zhao and Wei Deng

Submissions from 2012

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Impact of Bus Rapid Transit Systems on Road Safety Lessons from Bogotá, Colombia, Juan Pablo Bocarejo, Juan Miguel Velasquez, Claudia Andrea Díaz, and Luis Eduardo Tafur

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Valuing perceived insecurity associated with use of and access to public transport, Maria Börjesson

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Risk of crashing with a tram: Perceptions of pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists, Carole Castranier, Françoise Paran, and Patricia Delhomme

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The influence of individual’s risk perception and attitudes on travel behavior, Wafa Elias and Yoram Shiftan

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Modeling public-transit connectivity with spatial quality-of-transfer measurements, Yuval Hadas and Prakash Ranjitkar

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Walking to the bus: perceived versus actual walking distance to bus stops for older adults, Daniel Baldwin Hess

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Walk the line: station context, corridor type and bus rapid transit walk access in Jinan, China, Yang Jiang, P. Christopher Zegras, and Shomik Mehndiratta

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Intermodal Path Algorithm for Time-Dependent Auto Network and Scheduled Transit Service, Alireza Khani, Sanggu Lee, Mark Hickman, Hyunsoo Noh, and Neema Nassir

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GIS based destination accessibility via public transit and walking in Auckland, New Zealand, Suzanne Mavoa, Karen Witten, Tim McCreanor, and David O'Sullivan

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A Proposal of Indicators for Evaluation of the Urban Space for Pedestrians and Cyclists in Access to Mass Transit Station, Fernanda B. Monteiro and Vânia B.G. Campos

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Modeling isoexposure to transit users for market potential analysis, Antonio Páez, Martin Trépanier, and Catherine Morency

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Benefits of shift from car to active transport, Ari Rabi and Audrey de Nazelle

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“If I Walked on my Own at Night I Stuck to Well Lit Areas.” Gendered spaces and urban transport in 20th century Britain, Barbara Schmucki

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Accessibility and safety indicators for all road users: case study Delhi BRT, Geetam Tiwari and Deepty Jain

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High-resolution spatio-temporal modeling of public transit accessibility, Calvin P. Tribby and Paul A. Zandbergen

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Commuters Rail Stations and Pedestrians Flows: The “Hardbrücke” Station in Zurich, Switzerland, Luca Urbani

Submissions from 2011

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The effect of social comparisons on commute well-being, Maya Abou-Zeid and Moshe Ben-Akiva

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Explaining walking distance to public transport: the dominance of public transport supply, Rhonda Daniels and Corinne Mulley

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Modeling and Simulation of Rail Transit Pedestrian Flow, Qingyan Ding, Xifu Wang, Qingchao Shan, and Xiuyuan Zhang

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Enabling Cost-Effective Multimodal Trip Planners through Open Transit Data, Edward L. Hillsman and Sean J. Barbeau

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Walking to transit: An unexpected source of physical activity, Catherine Morency, Martin Trépanier, and Marie Demers

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The challenge of getting to the station passenger experiences, Passengerfocus

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Generation of walking, cycling and public transport trips: pilot study, Lee Pike

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Users’ preferences towards innovative and conventional public transport, Paolo Delle Site, Francesco Filippi, and Gabriele Giustiniani

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Spatial distribution of the journey to work by sustainable modes in Australian cities, John Stone and Paul Mees

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Stochastic multi-modal transport network under demand uncertainties and adverse weather condition, Agachai Sumalee, Kenetsu Uchida, and William H.K. Lam